“Celebrating Wildlife” - An Investigative Biodiversity Workshop Series:
Come and learn fascinating facts about plants and wildlife that make our gardens, parks and forests their home! This half-day workshop provides children with the opportunity to get up-close-and-personal with both living and preserved specimens,participate in fun-filled, hands-on activities and go on guided walks to seek out wildlife in the Gardens. This “Celebrating Wildlife” Series is jointly organised by Singapore Botanic Gardens and Cicada Tree EcoPlace.
Our Wild Isle - WHOOOO is awake at night?
(An Investigative Biodiversity Workshop)
Are you game for a night walk in the gardens? Join us for a night of exploration at the Singapore Botanic Gardens to look for nocturnal wildlife including the Red-legged Crake, the Common House Bat, Asian Toad, Four-lined Tree Frog, Giant African Land Snail and other unique creepy-crawlies. This wildlife lesson will start with a slide-talk on nocturnal wildlife of the Gardens, followed by a guided night walk in the Gardens as well as a planting hands-on session
Suitable for children in K1 – P6 levels
Date : Saturday, 7 September 2013
Time : 4.30pm – 8.30pm
Fee : $50.00 per child (includes all materials)
Location : Botany Centre, Tanglin Core of the Singapore Botanic Gardens
For enquiry, please contact the SBG Education Branch at 6471 9961 & 6465 0196 or through email: firstname.lastname@example.org.